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Maree/Oranmore FC has received the 2013 Mayor of County Galway Sports Award. Club secretary Martin Horgan was presented with the award by Therese Maher, Galway All Ireland Camogie Winner 2013, while a cheque for €500 was presented to club treasurer Stuart McCamley.
More than 250 people from community and voluntary groups from all around County Galway were honoured at the County Mayors Awards Ceremony on Tuesday in the Claregalway Hotel. The awards recognise and celebrate community and voluntary activity around County Galway. Eleven Awards were up for grabs after a public call for nominations was made back in October.
Sunday was a special day for anyone who has been involved with camogie in this county down through the years.
Galway senior and intermediate camogie team manager Tony Ward has every reason to be is looking forward to Sunday.
Despite being narrowly defeated in the All-Ireland final to Wexford, the Galway camogie team was honoured last weekend with the selection of six 2011 All Stars.
It is difficult to believe any county could suffer the heartbreak of losing five All-Ireland senior finals in any code in the space of 14 years. Yet that is the painfully cold statistic that faces Galway Camogie after another shattering defeat in a senior decider last Sunday in Croke Park.
After the bitter disappointment of last year’s two-point defeat to Wexford in the All-Ireland final there is a strong belief this year’s Galway camogie panel can collect the senior title on Sunday in Croke Park (4pm) when they face Wexford again.
Galway have qualified for the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship semi-finals, which are fixed for August 13, after an impressive 0-12 to 0-9 victory over Kilkenny on Saturday.
The Galway senior Camogie team will face Offaly this Saturday in the All-Ireland series at Pearse Stadium at 5pm in a double header with the Galway v Clare All-Ireland hurling championship tie.